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Our public services are in deep crisis May 2010 60% of GDP at £848.5 billion Deficit of £110 billion Identified £19.4 billion in efficiency savings Reached.

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2 Our public services are in deep crisis

3 May % of GDP at £848.5 billion Deficit of £110 billion Identified £19.4 billion in efficiency savings Reached the limits of the efficiency agenda debt

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5 Deep cuts Affect front line services & users Social recession Fewer resources & Increased demand cuts

6 new social challenges

7 different ambition

8 The digital and creative sector have the potential to help transform our public sector into public services fit for 21 st century digital disruptors

9 agile collaborative user centred energetic questioning

10 Social & economic pillars connected Health 7% – 13% GDP Education 6% GDP Elder & child care, silver economy, environment industries Bigger than computers, ships or agriculture Inter-connectedness

11 Shift from big tech labs and science Evolution matters as much for schools, hospitals and prisons as for factories and IT systems Need new approaches to disability, drugs, transport and care Inter-connectedness

12 What if?

13 Collaborative technology

14 12 Live Projects

15 Building resilience through relationships families

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18 “At the end of the day what keeps the child safe is the relationship”

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20 Closed social network Families track progress through rich media Capabilities tagged Shared documentation of Activities Only 17% team admin time and falling Next steps: share with other families... a new social dynamic

21 2010 first year pilot of LIFE 47 Family members £760,000 saved £275,000 actual savings £485, 000 prevention

22 young people & opportunity

23 Almost 1 million neets Conservative £12 billion Rises to £22 billion 4 out of 5 young people find job advice from organisations unhelpful: they prefer to seek advice from people they know young people & opportunity

24 “I couldn’t tell you what I’m good at, but I could tell you what all my friends are good at”

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27 value of trust (cost of suspicion)

28 Buddi Re-offending rate 55% 75% for younger offenders Societal & financial costs high Cost of prison high Costs of tagging lower..but same model? Is there a better way to do tagging?

29 Buddi Buddi & C2 GPS tagging 63 offenders 7500 qualifying offences Over 124 crimes each Spent on average 44% adult lives in prison One 68% of last 11 years in prison

30 Buddi Maps movements Data enables rehabilitation Eliminates suspicion & builds trust Motivation and sticking with programme Not one offender convicted of crime since start

31 Buddi Cost of suspicion -Avoidance of stop and search, and arrest – 5 officer days and associated costs such as forensics Reduction of supervision – data points to where to increase or reduce Reduction in offending

32 The digital and creative community help our public services design with relationships in mind Design with relationships in mind

33 Patience Engrained approaches Timescales & pace Risk averse Attitude to sharing information Find a way to put the user in control – but accept that this is terrifying for public servants How it makes decisions, communicates challenges

34 COMMITMENT. IF IT'S SOMETHING ON THE SIDE OF YOUR MAIN BUSINESS, DON'T BOTHER. IF YOU'RE COMMITTED, THEN YOU WORK THROUGH THE REST challenges

35 Meaningful challenge Being a change-maker Committed, intelligent and creative people When I get old The future of capitalism depends on it Interesting, challenging, rewarding rewards

36 IT'S A CHALLENGE. IT'S MORE INTERESTING THAN WORKING FOR BRANDS SELLING CORNFLAKES. IT'S ABOUT THE WORLD AROUND YOU. IT'S MEANINGFUL. IT'S A REALLY, INTERESTING, COMPLEX PROBLEM TO SOLVE rewards

37 Get started

38 Like minded and passionate individuals with user access Bring something to the table, a prototype, an insight activity Get on and do something Build something quickly that’s useful Create something that people will respond to, and people will respond to you. All it takes is 36 hours of a creative’s and programmer’s time. Do it. Find a minor niggle in someone’s life that a digital tool could help with People like to see action, things happening – no lengthy project plans and high demands on time and resources. Help people to become champions Get started

39 PICK AN AREA YOU'RE PASSIONATE ABOUT. MAKE FRIENDS WITH SOMEONE ON THE INSIDE. HAVE SOME MONEY. Get started

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